Spheroid Body Myopathy is a very rare and hereditary muscle disease and Spheroid Body Myopathy is characterized by a slow and progressive muscle weakness in the area of the pelvis and shoulder girdle.
HOW IS SPHEROID BODY MYOPATHY DIAGNOSED?
A general physician would physically observe your reflex actions and do a Genetic Testing Registry (GTR) to confirm the illness.
HOW IS SPHEROID BODY MYOPATHY TREATED?
Currently there are not proper treatments or solutions available for Spheroid Body Myopathy. However, with right support and care, the patients can continue to live a good life span. This includes constant monitoring and observation by a doctor followed with physiotherapy and genetic counselling. Support and care is available at hospitals though home care support works here to.
DID YOU KNOW?
Making a diagnosis for Spheroid Body Myopathy can often be challenging.